- Observers will carry the prescribed identification issued by the Elections Boundaries Commission and will identify themselves to any interested authority upon request.
- Observers will maintain strict impartiality in the conduct of their duties and shall at no time express any bias or preference in relation to national authorities, candidates or with reference to any issue in contention in the electoral process.
- Observers will not display or wear any partisan symbols,
colours or banners.
- Observers will undertake their duties in an un-obstructive manner and will not interfere with the election process, polling day procedures, or the vote count.
- Observers may wish to bring irregularities to the attention of the local election officials, but they must never give instructions or countermand decisions of the election officials.
- Observers will base all conclusions on well documented, factual, and verifiable evidence.
- Observers will refrain from making any personal or premature comments about their observations to the media or any other interested persons, and will limit any remarks to general information about the nature of their activity as observers.
- Observers must comply with all national laws and regulations.
- Observers must show respect for the people and culture of the